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"Behind The Mask" By Emma Sayle - Book Launch

Behind the Mask: Enter a World Where Women Make - and Break - the Rules

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  • She is best known as the society beauty who organises orgies for young actors, models and even the odd MP. Now Emma Sayle, who went to the same school as the Duchess of Cambridge, has started running sex parties for...

    Emma Sayle is an ordinary girl: raised in a stable home, she had a happy childhood and has a steady boyfriend. She runs a business organising parties. But Emma has a naughty secret.

    These are no ordinary parties.

    Decadent, hedonistic and held at secret locations, these parties offer a world of desire and indulgence, focused on female pleasure. These are places where anything can happen. Keeping herself strictly out of the heat of the action, Emma is thrilled to see every night grow wilder, more extravagant and more popular. Risking her reputation to run such a business certainly paid off.

    But things are about to change and the consequences could be catastrophic.

    Emma has learned that her boyfriend is cheating. With a club member. Her world has begun to unravel

    Soon the parties and Emma’s life are in serious danger of spiralling out of control. In this whirlwind of passion and uninhibited desire, can there ever be any hope of finding Mr Right?

  • Are you wondering who comes to a sex party? Just who comprises "the world's sexual elite"? It's people just like you — only whiter, richer, older, and straighter. Compared to other events that are exclusive on the basis of social and/or economic capital — music, fashion, or film industry parties, say — this crowd was overwhelmingly white. So is Killing Kittens' branding: the company's promotional materials and Web site depict exclusively depict white women. Out of around fifty guests, I could have counted the guests of color on one hand with fingers to spare. "I was expecting a white party, not an all-white party," I murmured to Carol. I also saw no same-sex couples. And Emma Sayle, the founder, has openly in interviews that she rejects any prospective member "who is a size 14 or 16, and they're massive." The crowd skewed old and, perhaps unsurprisingly, given a ticket for a straight couple cost $400, wealthy. The au courant way to have traveled to the party was on one's own boat. Chanel bags dangled from Pilates-toned arms. "My house is nicer than this," sniffed one man as he walked through the elegant dining room. His bald pate was shinier than the marble floor he was standing on.

    Are you wondering who comes to a sex party? Just who comprises "the world's sexual elite"? It's people just like you — only whiter, richer, older, and straighter. Compared to other events that are exclusive on the basis of social and/or economic capital — music, fashion, or film industry parties, say — this crowd was overwhelmingly white. So is Killing Kittens' branding: the company's promotional materials and Web site depict exclusively depict white women. Out of around fifty guests, I could have counted the guests of color on one hand with fingers to spare. "I was expecting a white party, not an all-white party," I murmured to Carol. I also saw no same-sex couples. And Emma Sayle, the founder, has openly in interviews that she rejects any prospective member "who is a size 14 or 16, and they're massive." The crowd skewed old and, perhaps unsurprisingly, given a ticket for a straight couple cost $400, wealthy. The au courant way to have traveled to the party was on one's own boat. Chanel bags dangled from Pilates-toned arms. "My house is nicer than this," sniffed one man as he walked through the elegant dining room. His bald pate was shinier than the marble floor he was standing on.

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    Emma Sayle set up Killing Kittens in 2005

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    Emma Sayle is the founder of Killing Kittens, a members-only club that hosts female-oriented sex parties in London, Manchester and Los Angeles. Previously, in 2006, she founded The Sisterhood, a charity fundraising rowing group that briefly counted Kate Middleton as a member. She lives in London with her partner and is expecting their first baby.

Playboy, Emma Sayle and Suzanne Kerins Photo credit: Derek Jarvis

Her shocking memoir about organising orgies for the rich and often famous has been on sale for less than a week. Yet speculation over which stars attended Emma Sayle’s Killing Kittens sex club parties is at fever pitch in the upper echelons of society.